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    Planning to go to Nottingham Uni this year, and am deliberating between single study and a shared study accommodation...

    From the Nottingham website: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/accommo...oom-types.aspx
    ---Single study is your own bedroom with separate study area shared by two people with two sets of study furniture
    communal bathroom shared with no more than five others
    ---Fees: £4,688.74

    Single Study:
    ---your own bedroom with single bed and study area (not all single studies have sinks)
    ---communal bathroom shared with no more than five others
    Fees: £5,251.56

    I'm not sure what to do, because I'd like my own space, of course, but if it's£70 a week cheaper, it seems like a great saving. I'm not that bothered about a shared study area either, as I could go to the library or just study in my room if I wanted. But then there's the problem of if my roommate is nuts :/

    Any advice? Opinions?
    Thanks!
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    I personally went with single study as I was kind of anxious about getting someone annoying/distracting if I went for shared. It's entirely up to you though - it is a notable saving and if you're willing to deal with any potential annoyances (which won't necessarily be the case anyway) that might be better for you.
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    (Original post by jellygiraffe)
    Planning to go to Nottingham Uni this year, and am deliberating between single study and a shared study accommodation...

    From the Nottingham website: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/accommo...oom-types.aspx
    ---Single study is your own bedroom with separate study area shared by two people with two sets of study furniture
    communal bathroom shared with no more than five others
    ---Fees: £4,688.74

    Single Study:
    ---your own bedroom with single bed and study area (not all single studies have sinks)
    ---communal bathroom shared with no more than five others
    Fees: £5,251.56

    I'm not sure what to do, because I'd like my own space, of course, but if it's£70 a week cheaper, it seems like a great saving. I'm not that bothered about a shared study area either, as I could go to the library or just study in my room if I wanted. But then there's the problem of if my roommate is nuts :/

    Any advice? Opinions?
    Thanks!
    How is it £70 a week cheaper??

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